A wave of new starters bolsters JLL's Bristol office
BRISTOL - Property consultancy JLL has appointed a string of new recruits, boosting the team in its Bristol office.
Nicholas Rumble has joined JLL in Bristol as a residential development director, having previously worked at Hartnell Taylor Cook.
He said: "JLL has an exceptional team in Bristol offering a range of services to clients across all sectors of the residential markets. I look forward to supporting the team and am excited about the opportunity to play a role in continuing the growth of JLL's residential business across the region."
Other recent new starters at JLL include: Michael Wong, associate director in building consultancy; Alexander Nell, associate director in planning and development; Tommy Thompson, associate director in project management; Aileen Wu, senior surveyor in alternatives; Rob Snook, senior surveyor in building consultancy; Luke Martin, project manager in project management; Tara Rogers, surveyor in building consultancy, and Simrat Biring, senior surveyor in rating.
Simon Peacock, lead director at JLL in Bristol, said: "Nicholas is an excellent addition to JLL's planning and development offer across the South West region, bringing with him a wealth of experience. His appointment demonstrates our commitment to growing our residential business in the region. We are delighted to welcome him to JLL along with all our other new starters, who illustrate JLL's depth of knowledge across a broad spectrum of services."